Everleigh Parish Council – Meeting Minutes 9th July 2018



 Minutes of the meeting of the Parish Council held

at Collingbourne Ducis School on 9th July 2018


Chairman:      Cllr D Bottomley

Present:            Cllr E Hudson, Cllr J Jones and Cllr K Wheeler-Mallows

In Attendance: Mr P Gill (Parish Clerk) and Wilts Cllr I Blair-Pilling


  1. Cllr M Burton, Cllr T Symonds, Cllr A Earle, PC L Wileman.


  1. Disclosure of Interest. None declared.


  1. Minutes of the Previous Meeting. The minutes of the Annual Parish Meeting and the Annual    Meeting of the Parish Council held on 14 May 18 2018 were signed by the Chairman as a true record.


  1. Matters Arising.
    • Item 1   Everleigh 13 ROW Pigleaze Dairy.  The famer has indicated that the stile is to be     in place this summer.
    • Item 11.4 Bench A342.  The bench was refurbished to a very high standard by Cllr Earle.


  1. General Public. No questions asked.


  1. Wilts Constabulary. PCL Wileman sent a report by email a summary of which follows: 

We are launching a new campaign called ‘Wanted in Wiltshire’ to highlight our most wanted suspects and appeal to the public to help us in locating them.  It follows the success of the ‘Wanted this Winter’ campaign at Christmas which saw 22 outstanding suspects successfully dealt with.  A new dedicated area on our website will let the public browse our live wanted appeals and advise how information can be passed to the police.

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Or sign up to Community Messaging https://www.wiltsmessaging.co.uk/  Our free Community Messaging service will also help keep you updated about policing and crime in your local area.

Ludgershall & Ludgershall Rural Council Report for June.

Target Patrols

Dewey’s Lane – Ludgershall: Following complaints from the Community a target patrol commenced at this location, to offer reassurance and gather intelligence. Concerns around possible drug use at the location, along with anti-social behaviour. To date 7 actions have taken place.

Mughal Restaurant: An incident occurred at this location on 22nd June. The investigation is ongoing at this time. In order to offer reassurance and deal with any further criminal activity and anti-social behaviour, a target patrol commenced on 2nd June. To date 31 actions have taken place. A multi-agency meeting has been arranged for 9th July.

Chrystal Palace Farm:  On 1st May additional patrols commenced at this location due to further incidents of thefts. Patrols continued until 3rd June. In total 20 actions took place.


Relevant Series for June 2018: Nil


Local Crimes

Burglary Business

14th June:  Red Lion – East Chisenbury -Suspect(s) have tried to gain entry to the property. No entry gained.

18th June:  Everleigh Recycling Centre – Suspects have cut through the perimeter fence and have then cut the door handle to the ISO shipping container.  The suspect/s have then taken 2 lawn mowers from the ISO container and left the premises.


18th June:  Co-Op  Ludgershall – Suspect has entered the store and has put a bottle of soft drink into a Tesco carrier bag and has left the store without making payment.

29th June:  New Drove, Ludgershall       – Suspect(s) have stolen a bike which was chained to the railings.  The lock has been cut and bike removed. Mongoose Cross Way 350 Hybrid

30th June:  Queensway, Netheravon – Suspect has taken £20 out of the victims back pocket before running off.


3rd June:  Penning’s Road – Suspect has pushed the victim causing no injuries.

22nd June:  Mughal Restaurant – Suspect has head-butted and kicked victim in the face causing cut to head.

Vehicle Offences

5th June:Pigott Close, Netheravon – Suspect/s has smashed the rear window of the victim’s vehicle.

20th June: High Street, Netheravon- Suspect/s have slashed driver front tyre whilst parked in parking bay.

21st June: Lower Street, Haxton -Suspect has smashed the rear window of a vehicle by unknown means. No entry gained and nothing taken.

Neighbourhood Tasking Meeting

The next Tidworth/Ludgershall NTG is booked for 14.30 hours on 23rd July in Ludgershall at the Town Council Office.


Contact:  This following link will allow you to check stats in more detail for your area, and all surrounding areas.  https://www.police.uk/

If you wish further detail please contact your local officers – Pc Lucy Wileman  Email: lucy.wileman@wiltshire.pnn.police.uk

Please dial 101 to report a crime and 999 in an emergency.


The Chairman thanked PC Wileman for her report.


Cllr Wheeler- Mallows reported that he is now a member of a police/public interface group and that he had attended the NHW Scheme AGM.


  1. County Councillor. Wilts Cllr Blair-Piling reported on the  following:
  • Salisbury Recovery – Amesbury chemical incident at over the weekend 6-8 Jul 18: there is to be a Public Briefing at Antrobus House 7pm. at 7.00pm on Tue 10 Jul 18 .
  • Recycling Changes, Everleigh HRC – Consultation and personal view and possible lines to take regarding keeping it open. See Item 13.
  • Electoral Review – Now expect number of Councillors in late August. Thereafter, there will be a review of boundaries.
  • Special Needs Schools – Consultation runs to end July for which there are three proposals with views being sought how we can:
    • Create new special school places for children/young people with complex needs[1] in the north of the county
    • Develop good schools which help children and young people to learn and be confident for now and the future
    • Shape the best education and support which will keep and attract high quality teachers and professionals
    • Manage all this within the funding that can be made available
    • Involve everyone in making good decisions.
  • Outdoor Centres – Delayed closure to end Dec to allow for proper bids – only considering bids that enable continuing outdoor activity provision.
  • Preliminary Planning Consent – See Wilts Council Briefing Note 349.
  • Portfolio Holder for ICT and Digitisation – Wilts Council have just let £6M contract with Microsoft to take forward our digitisation strategy over next 2 years.
  • Parish Chairmen Meeting. Greater ‘information/contact sharing’ and potential for collaboration.  Next meeting to including boundary factors.
  • Marlborough Rd – Speed limit options and possible ways forward. See Item 15.
  • SPTA fires and smoke – military now engaged to resolve.

The Chairman thanked Wilts Cllr Blair-Pilling for his report.


  1. None that has not been previously circulated.


  1. To consider application as received from Wilts Council.


9.1  18/05318/FULDemolition of existing garage to be replaced with larger garage at Quickset, Everleigh, SN8 3EU.  After discussion of the application Cllrs RESOLVED to support the application.                                                                                             Action:  Clerk



  • Grass Cutting. Cllr Wheeler-Mallows reported that he has yet to speak to J Bowen regarding the future of the contract; however J Bowden is keeping up with the cuts and in general the grassed areas through the village look very good .  Cllr Wheeler-Mallows agreed to monitor the situation.                                                                             Action:  Cllr Wheeler-Mallows.


  • Play Area. Cllr Wheeler-Mallows reported that the play areas and equipment were in good order less the broken strut on one of the picnic benchesHe has been in contact with the suppliers of the bench who have provided a new strut for free which is to be fitted by Fri 14 Jul

Action:  Cllr Wheeler-Mallows.


  • Streetscene Minor Works. Cllr Wheeler-Mallows reported that the early grass cutting of Chicks Lane by Wilts Council Highways had made a massive difference to its safe use.

                                                                                                Action: Cllr Wheeler-Mallows.


  • Village Gates. Due to the absence of Cllr Symonds no report was offered.




  • The Clerk presented a bank reconciliation and current liquidity statement as follows:
    • Balance at Lloyds TSB CA (statement date 29 Jun 18) £6802.95
    • Reconciled Balance as at 7 Jul 18 £6779.79

Members noted the statements but had no comment at this time.


  • Authorise cheques for payment and those issued since last meeting
    • 617 Community 1st (Insurance 1 Jun 18) £676.74
    • 618 Local Toilet Hire (Summer Party 18 May 18) £156.00 (VAT (£26.00)
    • 619 D Bottomley (Lawn mower fuel 3 Jul 18) £23.16 (VAT £3.68)
    • 620 J Jones (Summer Party Expenses 9 Jul 18) £ 29.60 (VAT 4.24)
    • 621 Community 1st (Insurance Summer Party 9 Jul) £32.20


  • Note payments received.
    • £Nil.





  1. Village Events.

12.1   Mid Summer Tea Party Sat 23 Jun.  Cllr Bottomley reported that he had received a note of from  the event organisers, Robert & Elizabeth East, thanking everyone for  their support and help in making Saturday’s tea party a success and on the day £540 was taken.   A special thank you to all who produced cakes and cupcakes for the refreshments and to those who decorated the church. The auctioning of the Tandem Parachute jump boosted the takings considerably. Some thoughts for the future:  Day: Saturday is not a good day for families whose children are involved in sporting activities and it is difficult for them to take part.  Perhaps consider a Sunday instead.  Duration: the time of  the party  was extended (2.00 to 5.00) to try and get more out of it for the effort put in.  With hindsight this did not work well and  3.00 to 5.00 should adequate as before.

12.2  Summer Party Sat 14 Jul.  Cllr Bottomley tabled the second draft of the planning check list for discussion.  After discussion Cllrs RESOLVED to endorse the checklist but with the Air Rifle  and Coconut Shy Activities removed .                                                          Action:  All Cllrs.

  1. Everleigh Household Recycling Centre (EHRC). Cllr Bottomley briefed the Cllrs on the Wilts County’s consultation on the closure of the EHRC and that villagers had been alerted to the consultation via the Courier and other means.  After lengthy discussion which included input and advice from Wilts Cllr Blair-Pilling Cllrs RESOLVED that they would encourage villagers to engage with the consultation process by completing the online survey and making their views known to the Parish Cllrs and the Wilts County Cllr Blair-Pilling in order to inform Wilts Council decision making process.  Cllrs further RESOLVED to write to Wilts Cllr Blair-Pilling with a view to him making the Council view known to the TAB and Wilts Council.  Cllr Wheeler-Mallows agreed to draft a letter for circulation to Cllrs with the final version to go out under the Chairman’s signature.

                                                                               Action:  Cllrs Wheeler-Mallows and  Bottomley


  1. General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR).


  • General Update. Cllr Bottomley, reported that there is now no need to have a DPO however he will continue to be the Council lead for GDPR as Data Controller.


  • Privacy Notice.  Having considered and discussed in detail a previously circulated draft GDPR Privacy Notice Cllrs RESOLVED  to adopt the GDPR Privacy Notice with minor amendments and that Cllr Hudson was to make the amendments and then forward a pdf copy to the clerk for filing and for posting on the Village website.            Action Cllr Hudson & Clerk


  1. Marlborough Road Speed Limit. Cllr Bottomley reported that he had held a meeting with Marlborough Road residents on 30 May 18 and that he had reiterated the Council’s view that it would support an application for a reduction in the speed limit to 40 MPH but would not be able to offer financial support.  He had advised the meeting that it might be appropriate for them to request change to the speed limit direct to Wilts Council.  Cllrs then moved  on to have a lengthy and wide ranging discussion of speed limits with the village as a whole at the end of which Cllrs RESOLVED to put forward a case to the CATG to have the speed limits on both the Marlborough Road and on the A 342 through the village reduced to 40 MPH.  Cllr Bottomley agreed to draw up a draft application for consideration at the next meeting and to request a Metro Count on both Marlborough Road and the A 342.  

                                                                                                                   Action: Cllr Bottomley.










  1. Armistice and Armed Forces Communities Programme 2018. Having considered  conducting a self funded event and application for silhouettes in support of The Armistice and Armed Forces Community Programme 2018 Cllrs RESOLVED to take no further action.


  1. Date of Next Meeting: The date of the next meeting was confirmed as Monday 3rd September 2018 at 7.00pm in Collingbourne Ducis School. Moreover, the October meeting was confirmed as Thu 25 Oct with dates future meetings to be discussed at the September meeting.


The meeting closed at 8.55pm


Signed:                                                                                     date:


Name:                                                                                      Chairman